Reese Witherspoon Shares Selfie of Son Tennessee, 7, Learning to Ride Bike During Outing

Talented crew! Reese Witherspoon revealed she’s occupying her time off amid the global coronavirus outbreak by teaching her youngest son, Tennessee, a new skill.

“Learning to ride a bike!” the Big Little Lies star, 44, captioned a selfie with her 7-year-old via Instagram Stories on Tuesday, March 24. In the photo, Reese can be seen giving a subtle smile while donning a black baseball cap, a matching top, sunglasses and a bright pink Rebecca Minkoff fanny pack.

The Academy Award winner’s little man trailed shortly behind his famous mama on his bike. Tennessee proved safety comes first as he sported a helmet and training wheels on their fun-filled afternoon outing.

Reese is just one of the many Hollywood stars who has been giving fans updates on how they’re coping with social distancing. Considering public events and gatherings have been canceled, transportation schedules have been modified and schools have been closed in an effort to limit the spread of COVID-19, celebs like Laura Dern, Kristen Bell, Marie Osmond and more have revealed how they’re keeping busy.

It seems the Morning Show star has been staying on top of her fitness throughout her quarantine. Besides hitting the streets of Los Angeles with Tennessee on Tuesday morning, Reese celebrated her 44th birthday on March 22 by taking a hike in the woods with her husband Jim Toth, their son, Tennessee, and the actress’ two eldest kids, Ava and Deacon.

“One of the best birthdays ever!🎈So many thoughtful, beautiful, heartfelt messages from so many of you! Some poems, a home cooked meal, a wonderful performance from my friend, a long nature walk with my family … all gifts from the heart,” the doting mom — who shares Ava, 20, and Deacon, 16, with ex-husband Ryan Phillippe — gushed in the caption of her Instagram post. “Thank you to all of you for making me feel so LOVED! I’m a very lucky lady.”

Scroll through the gallery below to see pics from Reese and Tennessee’s afternoon outing!

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